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Quitting Marijuana

Marijuana addiction is harmful not only for your health but also for your life in general. Have you ever thought what have you become since you started smoking marijuana? Do you reckon that marijuana has caused problems in your life that interfere with your social life, your job and the personal relationships you have?

If you answered yes to any of the above questions, you are heading the right way. The first step to quitting marijuana and heading towards recovery is realizing that it is wrong and is affecting your health and life.

Do you think you are not addicted to marijuana? Perhaps you should try stop smoking it for a day or two and see if it causes a sense of anxiety, sadness, low morale and low energy in you. Check if you can stay away from smoking marijuana. If you can’t help yourself when it comes to marijuana, you are probably addicted to it, and now is the right time to take measures to overcome its addiction before things go out of control.

Marijuana addiction can replace your friends, disturb your personal and social life, and make you a miserable person. It is, therefore, highly advisable that you work for quitting marijuana. Quitting marijuana, if the addiction is in its initial stages, may not be that hard. However, if it goes bad, you will not be able to get out of it without proper professional help.

Let’s take a look at how you can go about quitting marijuana and what steps you can take to get rid of your addiction to marijuana.

Methods for Quitting Marijuana

  1. Quit Gradually: By gradually, we don’t mean a couple of years, but it is important to set a date, may be a month ahead as your target date of being marijuana free. If you think a month is less, take two or three instead but don’t make this date flexible. Stick to it and work on quitting marijuana. Be organized and keep yourself busy during this period. Claim back your social life that you lost because of your addiction.
  2. Cold Turkey: If you think you can quit marijuana the hard way, go for it. It is harsh but as long as you have people around you who are your support system, you can do it. The first thing to do here is to throw every single portion of marijuana out of your reach. Don’t think about the triggers and avoid meeting people who can drag you back to it. You will experience side effects, mood swings, insomnia and much more. But as long as you have people to support you, you will be successful.
  3. Take Professional Help: If you think that quitting marijuana is not something you can do on your own, take professional help. Consult a specialist who will help you devise a workable plan to get rid of marijuana addiction.

With the above-mentioned methods, you can either help yourself or seek professional help in quitting marijuana. It is never too late to quit, all you have to do is decide and stay strong.

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